Sep 14, 2010 9:00am EDT
dress the other day. but ellen gave her a greener alternative, a bikini made out of kale complete with a matching skirt. >> some other ways you could have gone there. could have been spinach. all this stuff. >> that's it for "daily rundown." >>> coming up next, richard lu. >> andrea mitchell reports with the breaking news on the american hikers. >>> plus, election day all day and we'll be all over the twitter giving you updates. >>> i'm meteorologist bill karins with your business travel forecast. really nice weather conditions out there today. feeling like late summer, early fall. atlanta on the warmer side, sunny and nice and d.c. all the way up i-95 and chicago and detroit look good, little hot in phoenix and rather nice in denver.
Sep 15, 2010 7:00am PDT
from work? >> i've taken too much. ellen is on to me. >> this is not the way to start my first year on cross country. >> a pencil. a paper clip. >> you have a sandwich in here from last year. that's disgusting. and you got an "a" on your i love winter paper. good job. >> yeah. that led a writer in "parade" magazine, he said of your show. not since the show "roseanne," has a show reflected real life of american families, like the hit sitcom, "the middle." >> i think that's right. i have often thought not since "roseanne," has there been a middle-class family. and it reflects the struggles of economically what's going on today. and parents, especially mothers, trying to juggle and keep a balance with working. frankie is a car dealership sales person. >> not a very good one. >> not a very good one. highly unsuccessful one, as a matter of fact. you take the problems and you put them in a light and give them some perspective. at the end of the day, it's about having your family there with you. and it reflects i think a very american optimism, of getting through. we get through with our h